We created this page for medical staff.
- *Read carefully the package insert before use.
Rapidpia is a compact, lightweight immunochromatographic reader that allows easy and quick measurements.
It can measure BNP, D-dimer, H-FABP, and procalcitonin (PCT), and can be used in various fields such as emergency sites, bedsides, and family doctors.
- Simple operability
- BNP, D-dimer, H-FABP, and PCT can be quantified without pre-treatment * for both whole blood and plasma samples conveniently.
- *In the case of BNP measurement, dilution operation is necessary to measure samples over 800 pg/mL.
- Report rapidly
- The reaction time is D-dimer, H-FABP,PCT about 10 minutes, BNP about 15 minutes. With built-in thermal printer, speedy and smooth result report at consultation.
- The device is small (footprint A4 size) and light (about 1.4 kg)
Operation is 2 steps. Test results can be output easily and rapidly.
Analysis condition can be set easilily.
Insert the CAL card, provided with each reagent kit, into the instrument and register information on the reagent (lot, analysis conditions, expiration date, etc.).
- *Once the CAL card is registered, reagents of the same lot, can be used without registration from the next time.
The registered information is stored in the reader for up to 50 lots.
|Certification number in Japan||13B2X00163224001|
|Detection Method||Reflect Light Intensity|
|Printer||Heat Transfer Printing|
|Power Supply||AC 100V-240V(50/60Hz)|
|Weight||Approx. 1.4 kg|
| Operation Temperature Range
Operation Relative Humidity
70% or less (without condensation)
|Rapidpia QC Device||1 unit|
|Rapidpia Barcode Reader||1 unit|
|Rapidpia RS232-C Cable||1 unit|
|Rapidpia USB Cable||1 unit|
|Rapidpia Printer Paper||10 rolls|
"Rapidpia" and all related logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of SEKISUI MEDICAL CO., LTD. in Japan and/or other countries.
We prepared this page for medical staff (doctors, dentists, pharmacists, clinical laboratory technicians, nurses, etc.) in Japan to ensure the correct use of our products. You should be aware that the information provided is not intended for overseas medical staff and the general public.